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holmes, the suspect in the colorado movie theater shooting will appear in court for the first time. today is also a day of reflection for the community in aurora. >> a mid the chaos in the moments following the shooter 24 dwreerld james holmes almost got away. wearing tactical year, he slipped out of the theater and looked like any other swat team member on the scene expect for one mistake. >> there was one particular piece of equipment he had on him that was out of place. i'm so proud of my officers that they spotted that right away and channelled him. >> authorities were able to clear out all of the explosives in holmes apartment, including 30 homemade grenades designed to kill whoever walked in. among the evidence found, a bat man mask. >> we're building a case to show that this was a process by a very intelligent man who wanted to do this. >> president obama spent several hours here on sunday in a private meeting with the families of the victims. he said he told them he wasn't here as president but as a father and a husband. >> we can all understand what it would be to have somebody t
. james holmes is set to be arraigned. he killed people and injured others, including pierce farrel. >> i would say i forgive you and i would ask him if i could pray for him. the truth is, every person in this world deserves forgiveness. i pray that he gets life if prison. >> today holmes will be hit with more than 100 charges. >> stay with wjz for complete kofrng -- coverage of the tragedy. for the latest go to wjz.com. >>> a man who police say had an ors nel of weapons re-- arsenal of weapons remains in the hospital. neil prescott is being held. he was taken into custody last friday at his pardon me where police found two dozen guns. police were called in after prescott threatened a mass shooting where he worked. >>> we could be paying more on or monthly utility bills. bge asking for a rate increase. wjz and mike schuh are live with details of that. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. 4 to $11, that's what it would mean for the average customer. as you might imagine, not everyone is happy. . >> just a month after a massive short left hundreds of thousands of marylanders witho
. >>> james holmes appeared in court for the first time yesterday. he hadn't been seen since friday's shooting at the aurora theater. >> she has to concentrate on what is going on right now. she needs to have this baby delivered and she needs to take care of her husband and everybody needs to pray for them. >> holmes is being held in solitaire confinement. he is expected to be charged monday. prosecutors say they will talk to the families of the victims before deciding whether to seek the death penalty. stay with wjz for complete coverage of the tragedy in aurora, for the latest on the suspects, the victims and investigation, log on to wjz.com. >>> a 25-year-old cold case solved this morning. dna links a maryland serial rapist to another attack. controversy swirls over the collection of dna from suspects. wjz and mike schuh are live this morning with more on the arrests and the continuing debate. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, jess and good morning, everyone. the rapist is identified in a crime that is 25 years old due to dna collection. this comes at a time when the involuntar
investigators scoured the mail room at the university of colorado and found a piece of mail from james holmes. a bomb squad handled it with a row bat in case there were explosives inside. sources say it was sent from holmes to one of his professors. in it he talked about shooting people and included crude drawings. the letter arrived days before friday's shooting but had not been processed out of the mail room. criminal profilers say we may see more letters. >> particularly because of the complexity of the case and how much work this person put into these two different crime scenes, they appear to want, in my opinion, a lot of credit for all their hard work. >> former fbi assistant director and cbs news senior correspondent john miller says investigationers are recreating the rampage. >> they can take blast ballistic evidence that show will them the trajectory of the bullet. >> holmes continues to be held without bail. formal charges are expected to be filed by monday at the latest. stay with wjz for complete coverage of the tragedy in aurora. for the latest go to wjz.com. >>> some newly rele
week that culminates on labor day weekend. >>> james holmes has been formally charged. he faces 24 counts of murder. that's two counts for each of the 12 people killed and 58 wounded in the movie theater attack. in the courtroom survivors and family members of those who died all wore batman shirts in solidarity yes. >> we're not going to back down from this individual. we're not going to let his fear take over our lives. >> the maximum penalty is the death penalty. holmes is expected to enter a plea on august 9th. >>> the statue of joe paterno has been replaced. several trees have been planted in the spot. the statue was removed and it had become a lightning rod for controversy after an investigation concluded that paterno covered up allegations in the jerry sandusky sex abuse case. >>> a body found decomposing. it belonged to christy huffnagel. her body was found on the 21st 21st. marvin white said the woman was in his apartment to do cocaine. >>> a home bust, marijuana and guns were found. the man at the center says he's done nothing wrong. >> reporter: police say neighbors led t
holmes is being held without bail. 15 survivors remain in the hospital today. one of them is a university of md m graduate student. petra anderson was hit four times. here's her incredible story. >> petra's -- petra anderson's stories is one miracle. a musician and composer, she was excited about her upcoming graduate studies at the university of maryland. now she's in the hospital after being shot four times. >> doctors told us she's not supposed to be alive because of where injury the -- where the injury is. >> the bullet went right through her nose and through her brain. because of a birth defect she doesn't have major damage. it followed the path of that effect, a tiny channel of fluid running through her brain. she can speak and move and like will i to continue her music career. >> it's crazy. i've been in shock. she's a heart core come -- composer. >> it's really sad. i know a lot of people who are grad students. from here i feel for those people. >> anderson's sister made a video asking for donations for her care. >> thank you for standing with us letting this joker know he may ha
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